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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 SEMIWEEKLY INTERIORJOURNALaf VOL XXIX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2219013 PM NO 76 + I NEWS NOTES S Smallpox it spreading at Jackson A ptitol has boon invented that can r shoot 110 times a minute H P Swopo father of County Clerk Swopo of Owen IB dead James Chapman was killed by fou air In a well In Grciinup county The expenses incurred In the trial o I nieaaaln Czolgosz amounted to I17HO 60 t An Industrial sanatorium for con sumptive s bat been opened In Danve Thirty fives worn loat by a fire In the j Smuggler Union mine at Telluride ColoStriking raacblnliu In San Franclico return to work on an Increase In wagesTaylor Story took Iodine for cough I drop and carne near dying at Flctn Ingsborg p Allen Jones a Negro It mine boil the oldest and best known hotel a Vanoeburg i Gar Tyler of Virginia reeplte Cicero Harris icntcnced to bo baoge t at Brlitol Fridayst Dank robbon at Woodbury Coon got away with money and amounting to II 500 Tbo United Daughters of the Con fcderaoy will erect a 150000 monument 1r of Jell DavU at Richmond Va Tom Mill aged 18 year lost control of his bicycle and rode over a bluff at Stone Mountain to Instant death Over 800 cues of the bubonic plague are reported In tbo vicinity of Capo Town There have boon ISO deaths Capt Jack Lawson who ran an en gine between Baltimore and Green ageid Coy lllll of Maine Is having built for him at Augusta a house which when completed will cost him 200000 and bo the most expensive house In tbo t StateMarballletd k Co have bought the old New York Theater and will erect Vithe largest department store In the Two dead and another beyond redo y err If the record of Sundays fight at the Providence mines In Webster countyaore under sentence of death at Pitts burg Pa want to be executed on sops rate days- Pretty 10 year old Mrs Christine Hunter It ID Jail at Richmond charged with bigamy her first husband being the complainant- J E Nobles a traveling salesman for a Columbus 0 house was found dead with the gas turned on In a room In a hotel at Jacksonville Fla 1 Believing that ho bad killed his wife In shooting at a fancied burglor Wm D Ilrockman committed lulcldo at bis home In a Chicago suburb Agulnuldo has written to Gen Cba t fee asking that he be permitted to visit the United States and present to Con gress the wishes of tho Filipino i Abe Boiling and William D Auxi 1 fought a pistol duel In Mason count 01nolbor wing wounded but Moo DAr s nott a bystander was shot In tbo log One parson was killed and 12 Injured in a rearend collision between two ifMetropolitan elevated trains at Chic a go The collision was due to a dense tog Will Dorsoy a Negro was sentenced at Birmingham to hang for highway robbery tho case being tbo that In volving the death contonco for this of tense The Negroes of Jacksonville Fla will organize H stage line on account of the ordinance prohibiting them from riding In the same street cars with white peoplo Admiral Scblev replying to a news 1 paper which offered to rates public subscriptions to pay the coot of tho court of inquiry said that he could not accept the offer The Kentucky State Dar Association was organized in Lonlsvlllo with Mr W II Maolcoy of Covlogton as l dent and a vice president from ea appellate district Two limited trains on the Santa Feof i railroad collided near Franconla Ariz 1t I a switch station and seven trainmen 4rtrainmen wero hurt J The heirs of Charles Bazllle a plo doer settler of St Paul Minn are preparing to take possession of tbo old Minnesota capitol and grounds as soon as the Stato olllccs aro removed Mrs Charles Edwards a widow shotss Andy Nearly colored and Herman James white who She claims were attempting to prevent her from occu pying a leased farm near Creston la Four mysterious graves near Decatur Ala halo been opened and found to contain much antique silverware t china and gold The graves antedated the memory of the oldest man in the community The annual report of the Internal Revenuo commissioner for the deal ending June 30 1001 shows that the collections in Kentucky during that amounted to 2018130580 T internal revenue receipts for the entl exceeded those of last year by about 911555501 V A r John Dlslon was given 20 years by a Jury At Jackson for killing Clint Wad kids Two brothers oho were taken for chicken thieves were riddled with shot at Chicago orllaoI a now with a capitol stock of 150000000 Helen Keener daughter of a prom neat coal operator of Mlddlesboro was seriously Injured In alighting from a rrain Thomas Wallace a hunter was kill cd In too mountains of Tennessee by n farmer on whoso land Wallace was tleepaeeingla prllIloncalving the full electric current whoofpotcom bnogladgee n spouting forth something like 20000 000 cubic feet of gas every 24 hours aaver Wcston W Va and all efforts to control It horn proved futile MIDDLEBURG Uov Logan God boy preached at tbo byArcbloThe recent severe freezes and pro tracted drouth bavo so diminished pee forage as to necessitate tho wholesale feeding of clock Then Wesley late of Mt Vernon has located at Mt Sterling where ho will go Into tbo drug business Mr Wesley was formerly postmaster and druggist at this place Rbeautifullee Jones has moved Into one of tbo Coffey houses across the river Gcorgo Luster wlli moon to darrard county soonmThe bird hunting season Is now on in earnest In Casey and If reports be true tbo partridge crop Is tbo largest in year Hundreds of sportsmen from all Central and Northern Kentucky nd other States as well seem to be making Casey their mecca this sea sonwWo havo been having some regular arctic weather down hero In Casey the poet week There have been three small flurries of snow and the river frozen ore Very cold for the time o t tho year The past week has been very propitious for hog killing and quite a number have been butchered In tho flcommualeyrnilea J D Farrell and Judge J M Tilford returned from Somerset Monday where they attended the meeting of the Baptist State ward Rev Logan Godboy Is In Liberty working In tbo Interest of tbo M E church at that lopelatelycrMr Ab Halls Saturday nod Sunday EpwortbMethodist churches Sunday with small attendances on account of tbo earn ro weather The Epworth Leaguers are making great preparations for their entertainment which will take place at the M K church on Thanksgiving Id1i1 They will also give a supper that night at the college for which a small sum will bo charged Undo Clam Cochran an old wid ower of fourscore years and Aunt GCIoddIwere In Marriage at Liberty Sunday eight Rev Logan Godboy olll elating There wore fully 150 people present to witness the union of the old couplo Tbo bride before her first mar riage was a Napier Tbo groom Is tbo father of Mr W B Cochran a promi coot attorney of Liberty and late republican candidate for Stato Senator May Joy go with tbo aged couple is tbo wishes ofall PUBLICoAllow me to say a few words In pralso Chamberlains sough Remedy I can recommend it with the utmost confidence It has done good work for mo and will do the same for others I had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would got I pneumonia but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better three palnlInUalpbStag Va For sale by Craig Hock Br druggists Operations have been suspended at Prospect Hill coal mlno near Via canoes lad and tho union miners who attacked the nonunion men declare that they will make a more determined assault unless tbo miners aro paid the union scale CraigIfoekere le of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tab lets tho best physic They cleanse and reinvigorate the stomach Improve tho ap regulate the bowels Regular site 25c per box LANCASTER Mr Russell H BoHen a bachelor and Mrs Kldwell a young widow bat of Tcatorsvllle wore married at the clerks olllco yesterday The Lady Maccabees had a very in teresting meeting Wednesday evening Several new members have been added and the biroe growing quite rapidly atpresentFourteen of the best oldtime fiddlers In the State will bo contestants at the Old Timo Fiddlers Contest Nov 28 Dont olds the best entertainment over given In Lancaster IITbo been crop In Garrard Is the leoDIone our most prominent deal ers The weather however It not very good for the rotting of tbo hems Several members of the A O U W wont over to Stanford to a lodge meet lag the first of tbo week Mr Dur ham of Mlddleburg Is 111 at the home of his sister Mrs Dr I S Wesley eastreet o abscess of the brain and was Interred In the Lancaster Cemetery next day after appropriate services at tbo bouse by Rev Mr Wolford of tho Baptist church of which Mr Ball had long been a member A wife ard four chil tired survive him Tbo funeral of John Woodcock the 12 year old son of Capt T A Elkin was largely attended on Wednesday afternoon He was the pet and tbo pride of tbo whole lambas well as a great favorite at school Although a cripple for some years having suffered From white swelling all bis life his last Illness was a very brief one and bis death a great shock to his many friends byHevImpressively rendered by Mrs Della Burnslde Miss Nolle Johnston RHemphllhany and beautiful showing to some extent bow this dear child will be roles ed One of the most impressive tea tures of the funeral was tbe great re apart shown bjr the schoolmates who as a mark of their affection for their departed playmate Bare several ele gant floral tributes The grade o f hich ho was a member marched to the cemetery led by tbblr teacher Miss Jannyo Shumate Wo ey trips tblze very much with tbo sorrowing relatives and would sale them to re member that John Woodcock Is not dead but lives now wboro all is rightness and Joy and whore suffering and death aro over Verily soothe ower has hoed transplanted Into the garden of the Master MATRIMONIAL Samuel T Farris ot Silver Creel- nda Miss lea Roe Beazley of Rich mond will marry Dec 4 Weve got a mighty straight tip tho coming marriage of a prominent pair of West End young people Ansel T Ware of Danville and Mu Theresa Vandlvler of Harrodsburg were married In Lawrcnceburg The engagement Is announced Mrs Lane daughter of Senator had burn to Chevalier Trentanove tho wellknown Italian sculptor Dr Carlos F Macdonald has been awarded 825000 a year by the Now York Supreme Court for the proper caro and maintenance of Mrs Ida Flaglcr the divorced alto of Henry Flagler Emmett Traylor oldest eau of Alex Traylor and Miss Annie Hlatt t handsome daughter of Mr J H were married by Ron W E Arnold Wednesday evening The groom Is a prosperous yoUng farmer Industrious and clever while the bride is an ex ceptionally fine young woman and ono of the very handsomest ladles In Ll cola county Ate tho marriage a number of friends gathered at her home whore delightful refreshments were enjoyed and all had a pleasant evening Wo congratulate Mr Tra lor on winning life left bride and wl them both all the happiness possible Thorn Is probably no disease more dis tresaing and annoying than plies TAB LEUS BUCKKYK PILE OINTMENT is dally curing cases of years standing of itching sad bleeding piles The cure begins on the first application a little perseverance makes tho cure complete Price 60o In bottles Tubes 75 cents Pennys Drug- Store Mrs Sallie Woods wife of Woods a farmer near Keono and ter of Deputy Sheriff Logan Young committed suicide by shooting horse with a pistol She bas beon In 1 health for sometime foarfullyIfrom indigestion or dyspepsia when one single bottle of UKRUINE would bring about a prompt and permanent cure A low doses will do more for a weak stom ach than a prolonged course ofjany other medicine Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store Hustonvillo I thehI M lea Nolle Keeuoa Adams of Dan yu tLutesa carload of sheep and lambs at about 3o a pound Mr jee P Rlffe who has been confined to his room for some time is able to be out again Mr and Mrs WB Bishop willar rive Saturday from Ponca City to spend the winter with relatives Geo D Weatherford purchased from Miss Mellle Hopper for Jos Baker of pooylorT Clarence Wllkeraon of Indianap olis led stepson of the popular drum fo LIrdP W Groan drove over from IlLex bytand they are now In Casey on a bunt Ing expedition The matrimonial lover Is permeating the air and before the Now Year some several of our young people will have longjournoJudge W M Myers who has been on a hunting trip In Casey reports plenty of game and line success not withstanding the fact that this Ie his first bunt In fifteen years Anyone having a shepherd dog for sale may do well by placing same In tho hoods of A B C Dlnwlddlo He has the faculty of disposing of them and IloodbirdThe protracted meeting tbat began n Sundayightev W W Bruce of Perryyllle with aanlstaoce of Rev W T Over street of the same place rdDfLatonIaweek the burglars securing about e200 In cash which was in a pocket of Mr Weatherfords trousers They over looked bis vest which contained 830 In moose and a gold watch valued at larI more than his loss The following gentlemen are here tbo guests of T L Carpenter and L CaptainEdmost popular Q Ss C conductors run ning on tbo road Jno Fisher Coving ton Pat Dunn Cincinnati Auburn Eastman London Ohio Charley Hay don tbo popular flagman and Joe Shepherd of Somerset and Sanford Lyne of Lexington They report very good sport Creekkverybillbly nightomwas at feet necessitating the cessation of work fromancghy Olt Co composed of Danville atofarekWS Drye Si Co eold Monday to Mode Nichols of Lexington for 8400 their fine threeyearold gelding by Gambruno and out of a Paladlne mare They now have at their stables above teamMthe country anti will have a gentle man here from Washington DC Theyt tare for them Allen Burrls of Cripple Creole Col salved Monday to visit Mrs Jennie Carpenter and family It is reported tbat upon bis return be will bo accom mostopopular and accompllsbedyoung ladles Ob there are tones from broken hearts That none but broken hearts can feel ImpartsWbatDollar Bill A VIOLENT ATTACK OF CROUP CURED Leaf winter an intent child of mine bad croup in a violent form says Elder John W Rogers a rhristisn evangelist of Fillet Mo I gave her a tow doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and In a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only preventWthe attack It contains no opium or oth er harmful sub ttnce and may be given adultllSallielydozen eggs on our table It was a most remarkable occurrence but there bappenInS H Doolin and Miss Stella Nolan of the Eubanke section were made ode this week t Inrit =fI I U IT IS A SHAME 11 Not to have a new Overcoat when can get one at The Globe for = Jsolittle money The newest styles 4 4 Raglans and Yokes Select your Suit while t IollIstock Is large v r and Gloves Shoes Hats l1 It jandFurnishings j NIIT i PAYS TO TRADE AT L THE GLOBElflJ Merchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing I Your money back if youre not satisfied 1 DanvilleIll t oV11yJAWMi4 vI v + r iawJ iJ r u DIIttf i J ft I I e Ji lJfe e 9 ii Alt 2 k J 9fe act gtD t Suspenders 7idP iir The Harris4Ib ri Suspender 0 Jits Tho only Suspender made covered by a Guarantee J The Straps the Billion Holes the Ends the Buckles ft I tT t T tk Jlij + va SOc Same guarantee covers all prices Sold y rtronlyby tbo Cash dealer ie w McROBERTSx uswL 0 V l V l Aai k A ir ncl + Baa R RleM t 4R Ir m 1 OIaI tiCiJ iyVIS fWelSio4i J Overcoats SUITS Boots Shoes Felt Boots Under wear Gloves 8tc Everything for winter wear at I Cummins a McClarys I HWHDNIl YOU WANT tOO CENTS j WORTH OF Groceries Hardware Glassware Queensware Farming Im jplements Etc Etc FOR 100 GO TO Higgins L1 McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY 3 n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON W P WALTON It Candidate for Railroad Cotnmluloner d the District iDbtcct to the will of the dfmocrcy EVERY democrat in Kentucky and ohowhero who knows the grand old Kentucky gentleman and trueblue democrat Juage R J Brecklnrldge will learn with deep regret that ho to bo removed from office The court of appeals has decided that Clifton J Pratt who contested his treat Is enti tIed to the olllco and on Jan 1 next Judge Brecklnrldge will step down und out Judgo Guffy delivered the opin- Ion of the court Judges DuRellc Bur- nam and ORear concurring and Chief Justice Paynter and Judges White and Hubeon dissenting The action was the last of the contest cases which grew out of the election of 1809 The appellant Pratt did not appeal his of the Frankfort case from the judgment circuit court seating tbo democratic contestants at the same time the other republican nominees appealed but waited the outcome of the appel late election In the Eastern Kentucky district Judgo ORear republican was elected In his district and then Pratt appealed to the higher court It is said that Judge Brecklnrldge will return to his home at Danville and re sumo the practice of law and his friends say that his removal from office assures his entrance next year into the gubernatorial race to succeed Gov Beckham TnE fearful staio of affairs existing In Hopklna county may be had from the following telegram sent from there County Judge Hall has ordered the union miners to break up their campy once and set as a time limit Saturday at daylight District President Wood of the United Mine Workers declares positively that the camp will not be broken up Adjt Gen Murray Is In readiness with militia to enforce the order of Judge Hall The Judge says ho will call upon Gen Murray to dis perse the miners in camp by force If any remain upon the expiration of tbo time set In tile order When Judge Halls order was received at the camp a leader threw it into the fire TnE editor of the Danville News pays his respects to the editor of the Somerset Republican as follows Lethe edltorof the republican sheet who says we will count noses with you un deretand that be can get no cheap ad vertising from the News We decline to mix up preferring to pick our company An editor who answers we to a denunciation of assassination whet no name Is called Is unworthy of at I tention much less a recognition in a newspaper controversy It Is getting so a man cannot say assassin these days that some republican yellow dog doesnt go yelping around the corner as though he were the one referred to r WHILE sanctioning the decision of the court of appeals in the Pratt Breckinrldge case the Louisville Post Is kind enough to print the following about the gentleman who was kicked out of office Much has been said In recent months of the possibility of Col Brecklnrldge entering the field as the democratic candidate for governor His conduct In ofttce and the dignity with which be surrenders the office maintaining throughout the best tra ditions of his party and the best tradi tions of his family will widen the circle of his friends And strengthen his hold upon the people MR CARNEGIE made Mrs Grover r Cleveland a present of a picture he gave 81000 for The two were walk Ing through the Carnegie Institute at Pittsburg when Mrs Cleveland ex l pressed great admiration for a pretty little rural scene a bit of roadway a farm bouse and a flock of sheep driven home followed by a farmer and shep herd dog It was called 1Twlllgbt It is yours said the philanthropist The ex first lady In the land accepted it with thanks and It will hereafter adorn the Cleveland home In Prince tonWE publish In another column an en ergetlo communication on the subject of the ejection of Judge Breckinridge from the office of attorney general There Is much comment on the streets of Stanford of the same tenor It undoubtedly makes of Judge Breckln ridge a formidable candidate for guber natorlal honors THE Shelbyvlllo Sentinel says all doubt is removed as to who will succeed Deboo Nobody but Gov McCreary IfAndwhen you think about It nobody should POLITICAL The official count shows a majority of 28420 for the New Constitution In Alabama President Roosevelt in his message will strongly favor the reenactment of the Chinese Exclusion act Senator MaLaurln IB defending the ship subsidy steal Ho Is bow almost good enough a republican to take dinner with Booker Washington Padu cab NewsDemocrat President Roosevelts message Is said to be the longest presidential message ever written The Adair News thinks that thero is no doubt about Gov McCrcarys election to the U S Senate Nor do we Soon after Congress assembles a Me KInloy memorial session will bo held at which tributes will be paid to the memory of the late president Congressman G G Gilbert lain Lou isville to make Inquiries about rural free delivery He wants to secure the BJrvlce for counties in his district Friends at Huntsvlllo Ala havo started a senatorial boom for Gen Joe Wheeler and will urge his election as the successor of Senator Petlus next year t The principal speakers at tho Cham berof Commerce banquet in Now York were Secretary of State Hay Senator McLaurln and Gov elect Cummins of IowaB F Loy elected sheriff of Green county refused to servo as he was not1 a candidate George A Edwards w was defeated has filed a contest for the officeV L Surberof Junction City favorably known as Punch will be a can didate for doorkeeper In tho lower house KentuckyPresident of the next General Assembly of Roosevelt revoked an order of President McKInley by which about 1600 civilians in the quart ormasJ ters medical and engineer service of the war department are again brought under the civil service rules Senator G T Farris of the Danville district announces his candidacy for president of the Senate which carries with It the lieutenant governorship hlmselfjadmirably reelmarkabloDemocratIn separate dissenting opinion tiled yesterday In the court of appeals Chief Justice Paynter charm terizes the opinion of the majority of the court in the Pratt BrecklnrldR case as unfortunate farreaching and revolutionary Sixteen cases hereto fore decided by the court are cited to sustain the dissenting view He shows that Judges Burnam and Gully have written opinions directly the reverse of the one banded down Wednesday THIS AND THAT John Sizemore aged 14 was thrown from a horse and fatally injured at PInevIlle Rev R B Bailey closed a series of meetings at the Paris Baptist church with 15 additions Ed Baxter bas sold 18 cattlo at 5c and James Noland 33 at 4Jo to Well the Chicago buyer Register Mrs Tennle Blythe got a verdict for 3000 against the Illinois Central at Paducah Her husband was killed by a appellate court of Illinois has decided that bucket shops have no right to secure quotations of the Chi capo Board of Trade More than thirty thousand tickets have already been sold for the Har vardYale football game next Saturday at Soldiers Field Cambridge- J G Cecil has sold to Mr A B Stell of Atlanta Ga the show horse Paul H by Gambetta Wilkes dam Nutmontle by Nutwood 218 for 11000 Three trainmen were killed and soy eral others Injured In a headend col llalon between two L N freight trains at Hughes Siding Ala sever miles from Birmingham A Washington dispatch says that the text and signatures of the Declaration of Independence have so faded that the famous document is now little more than a sheet of white parchment James Farrnll who served In the was of 1812 and was the oldest man to otter bis services to the government when the Spanish war broke out has just eel ebrated his 105th birthday at Barbour vllle W Va IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES WALTER W WARRENS farm Is postedFrank Kennedys home near Broad ton burned Loss 1800 The public school at Danville has closed on account of scarlet fever Reuben Quinn the condemned Negro murderer of Danvllle refuses to haves photograph taken and says he will not do so for less than 1100 Strubbo oil well No 3 In the Sun nybrook district of Wayne county has come In and gives promise of yielding 300 barrels a day after a flush The general merchandise store of W D Tarter at Gentrys Mill Adair county was robbed and burned to the ground Loss 84000 with 2000 In suranae The iurybung In the cao of Barry B shop for killing James Davis at Som erset Eight were for acquittal and four for conviction The defendant was released on 1000 bond It Is said T Roosevelt Is thinking of having another coon dinner This may be right or It may be wrong but at any rate T shows his good judgment by inviting Rastus In cold weather It would bo bad policy to got Mr Nigger warmed up while In the best room on the place But probably If T would Invlto this American citizen of Afri can scent In summer time be would then agree with the Southern people that It Is bad policy Central Record A wyr AR Disgusted at the Court of Appeals Decision Lincoln County Democrats Declare for Judge Brecklnrldge for GovernorOn of this week a major- Ity of the court of appeals of Kentucky sneaking through that progldy of learn- Ing and genius Judge Gully rendered a decision In the case of Pratt vs Brecklnrldge which may prove as dis aUrous to our people In Us coneeI quences as It is extraordinary character The opinion reverses tho action of the same court In tho contest over the State officers two years ago It reverses the action of the same court In tbo ease of Poyntzvs Shackolford In which It was held that the election commissioners constituted a valid constitutional board It overrules andI nullifies all the settled canons of highest court on this subject It dares In Its necessary effect that every municipal officer In tbo State and eVe cry school officer in the State bold tbelr places by Invalid certificates It nulli flea Sec 33 of tho constitution which provides that contested elections shall be determined by the methods provided by legislative action In short It Is a decision which shakes to Its base the fabric of our State government Its immediate effect as was its Immediate purpose Is to eject from the office of attorney general the present lawfully elected and inducted Incumbent Judge R J Brecklnrldge and place In it one C J Pratt Judge Brecklnrldgo has for two years filled tbo position with admirable ability and fidelity In him Kentucky has really had and for the fret time In a generation an attorney general This action of the republican wing of our highest court makes of him the second great martyr in the cause of clean and respectableState government and the second great victim to partisan malice The Incident so far as the fug glcry of courts Is concerned Is closes But an appeal lies from Gully to the people of Kentucky We take the liberty of announcing Judge Brccklnddgo a candidate for the democratic nomina ion for governor in 1003 The nomination should be made without dlvls lon To emphasize ant accentuate the issue we hope the republicans will put up Mr Pratt We will agree to go out of tbe business of propbccylng If tbo people do not administer to the court and Its creature a rebuke which will bo memorable In the history of Kentucky Fellow democrats of the Moun sine of the Bluegrass and of the Pen nyrllo what say all of you LINCOLN COUNTY DEMOCRAT LAND STOCK0ROPS ETC J M Cress bought of E T Pence eight steers at 31c George T Wood sold to J B Foster 21 750pound cattle at 3io Carson Pence bought of A M Anderson a large lot of hay at 60c The Adair News reports sales of mules at 1100 to 1150 and horses at sameW P Grimes sold to D M Anderson 50 acres of his farm near Preach ersvllle at 135 Spotted sboat weighing about 50 pounds came to my place six weeks ago Owner can get bv paying for this no tice and his keep Josiah Bishop Hut invilleeAuctioneer John I Vanarsdall re ports the tale of J A Lampkln on the 20th as follows Stock bogs 4c brood sows 114 much cow 135 to 140 work horses from 125 to 160 a Red Leaf two yearold filly 1180 do stallion 1200 and a threeyearold Red Leaf stallion 1250 fancy buggy mare 1140 corn at heap 1257 Squire Royalty brought 550 turkeys to town Wednesday He paid 60 a pound for them Several guesses were made at the number In tbe drove but no one placed It at more than 300 J T Voris has bought 100 acres of hemp at 15 per 112 pounds Harrods burR Democrat HUBBLE Dr fickle reports Mr James Mc Kecbnles dislocated ankle doing nice ly J C Eubanks has a new telephone In bis residence Call him up and see what be knows Price Currey had one of his eyes badly Injured by the explosion of a cartridge In an old wooden gun Miss Mary Belle Adams and James Hays drove over to Stanford and were married Wednesday afternoon Everybody joins In wishing them well as they have many friends In this community The ladles of the Christian church will give a basket supper here on the night of Nov 27th for the benefit of their church Come and buy some of those beautiful baskets filled with good things to eat for your family friend and girl A special from Decatur Ala says James Wynn an Oxford blacksmith came very near being burled alive After the funeral services the casket was opened at the grave when tbe body was seen to move The muscular motion of the taco horrified the crowd Tho casket was hurried back to the homo of Wynn where he Is now under treatment Wynn bad been pronounced dead by the physicians and he lay all day yesterday and for two nights as a corpse Dontst- tatsrarr Be A Waiter But get your tip right now that our prices will save you on an average 35 to 50 cent on buy of us Our Closing Out Sale will continue until every article is sold 2 Fur Scarfs 08c Ladies 50c Union Suits 25c 1 Blankets at 49c Ladies 2oo Vests 15c 50c Table Linens 25c Mens 500 Jersey Kibbed Fleec ed Underwear loc t tiestttrrtrtl aw rlaeta Nice Cloth Capes trimmed in fur worth 150 nt toe All 2 and S double copes DSc Childrens Long Cloaks 1 quality lOc Childrens 250 cloaks at OSc Ladies 4 Fur Collarettes reduced to 198 Ladies 5 Collarettes cut to 348 at ttr Shoes Boots And Rubbers of any and see much money can you coarse shoes 150 to GOc flue and coarse shoes at OSc heavy full at OSc top at We a line of and and at THE LOUISVILLE STORE Prors and KyI a SALESMEN WANTEU To look utter interest In Llncotn and counties orlommlslon AildrCIII ilarvey Oil Co Cleveland Olio Roan Mare A roan mare about 7 year old and In lets my a dara ago KIJlHBUUN Danrlllo House House about aero on Danville Ave Stanford far rent louse contain four rooms front and back porches Guod garden and J B BRYAN Stanford Ky Farm Wanted The owner of a small farm ot SO or acres ot good land around Stanford or In the West End will and a by applying at or writing to this office at once wants to par cash Farm bo convenient to pike or good road BlueGrass Nurseries FALL 1901 Fruit Ornamental VInes Small FrulU Asparagus and everything Orchard Lawn at to the and have no Agents General catalogue on to IL F IIILLEi I Ell Both Ky DR GOLDSTEIN Eye of Louisville will be at Asnpll UotelStnnford Thursday Decejnber IS One day only nndglassea- aclentlScaUy hours 0 a m to p m Make YourTrips t OverThe Fastest Time Best Service c s ar Boys s6 Overcoats at 108 hens 750 Overcoats at JH5 liens 7 Ulsters at Boys Reefer Coats at 148 r Hells 150 Pants OSc 4 Mens 2 Heavy Capo at 128 tae saso if wrtowwComforts pure white cotton bat ting 1 ntIOe I Extra heavy Comforts largo to ill any bed worth 125 at 70c Heavy Outing Flannels worth 7 l2o at I Go Amoskcng Apron Gingham 5c Good Pearl Buttons at 5c 7 12 Shirting Cotton goes at 5c asrssraasratr Compare our prices with those other house in town how we save Ladies line and worth 2 at Ladies worth 250 liens brogan shoes block worth 175 Mens high shoes worth 250 at 1I8 liens good boots worth 200 have full ladies mens Rubbers Arctics nso liens Felt Boots HAIV Pnici r Salinger Bros Retail Stanford our adjacent Salary Lost AdruVEOK For Rent and lot and kitchen ontbulUlnn Small likely buyer Buyer oust and treed Grape for right planter application Telephones Lexington R Specialist St Eyes examined adjusted Office 218 3 Macintosh Heavy worth enough Best 128 Wholesale m See The POiQt If your Eyes hurt it is necessary to have SPECTACLES To see tho point it is neces sary to have correctly fitted Spectacles To get Correctly Fitted Spectacles it is necessary to call on Craig Hocker 4 Who are always at the same old stand ready to QualityStylees they sell Prices Range From 50cts To 10 Great Removal SaleI Dry DlanketeCllpeJackels 4plyatFancy Sox to close at PC Woolen Blankets worth 12 to close at uSe 104 Blankets worth SI 25 to close at 60c Comforts at half price Ladles Cloaks worth S3 to close at OSc Ladies Capes at 49c Ladles Plush Capes nicely trimmed at f13V Mensleatherwhile It lasts at 20c The Racket Store Stanford Prices Low JACOB CINSBURC Proprietor For sale House and Lot on Main St Horse Surrey and Spring Wagon Lumber I Good Milk Cow Ac I CO TO W B McRoberts Druggist For Wall Paper White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paint Neals Carriage Paint Varnish and Varnish Stains irtiiiii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Nov 22 1001 TRY the Judjro Taft cigar for a cbolco tmoko at Fenny Drug Store OUR prescrIptIon work la unsurpa PennyllDrulrr PERSONALS Miss MATTIB SACRA Y li HORN to the wife of J C Cormlnoy a girlvMRS II C FARRIS It vlaltlng he mother at Somerset Miss JANIB DAWSON returned Wed netday from Plnavlllo Kiii PKNNWOTOX deputy count F clerk has been quite sick Mns C 0 I A it it is returned to Clifton Forgo Va yesterday ATTORNEY CUARUIS A TIXSLKY o Oarbourvlllc was here thin week MR W n McCLUitK of Humphrey Casey county was hero this morning SAMUEL SALTER of Maysvlllc lvisited tbo family of Mr M P Elide RUE TALHOTT It back from Downs III wboro ho bat lived for tovera j years Henry Clcmtna was given two yean In Jail for killing Bud Wilson In Dar countyMiss EVANS of Danville the guest of Misses Nellyo and Whl- lye Murphy ATTORNEYS R H TOMLINSON and arta court YOUNG ladles reading club will meet with Mitt Dettlo Paxton Saturday afternoon MRS ANNIE MC CLAKY attended tho birthday dinner given by Mrs Lottie Holmes at DAnvlllo EVKRETT OWENS of Junction City It being congratulated on tbo arrival t his homo of a Impound boy MRS J R ORNDORKP and daughter t Mitt Hattie of Livingston were rcglf tered at the Veranda hotel- S MIBS CooiKU FKLAND returned terday from an extended visit to frloo at Owensboro tied Loulivlllo MR CHARLES EVAN and bride Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrt Thomas licit In the Welt End Mit JOHN S Uouiins of Welt Point was hero this week delighting hit old friends with bIll presence R LEE DAVIS formerly of the Rich mond Climax It now representing tbo Amerlcao Lyceum Circle of St Louis MISS TEVIS CARtENTER of Stan ford It tbo handsome and attractv guest of Mitt Christina Bradley Con tral RecordSrr county and Mrt II M Carpenter of Pa ti will arrlvo Saturday to visit Mr W A TrIbble MR WALTERS WARREN took hit daughter Miss Katie over to Lexing s y ton Wednesday to enter her In Smith Builnett College MIt J D McKlNNEY of McKlnnuy It at Joseph Price Infirmary having hit epee treated and George B Dunn It teeing alter his mill MANY Lancaster people extend deep sympathy to Col T P Hill of Stanford on the death of hit beloved wife Mrt Hill died Saturday after a linger lag Illness KNOWINO ones say that Chief Dls patcher L M WcslorQeld It soon to bo made a matter of trains Wo congrat ulato the clover gentleman on the pro s pecta of promotion MR D C PULLINS of the Paint Lick section hat bought a farm ne Conway Rockcasllc county and wl move to It Upper Garrard will lose a mighty good citizen MR J B OWENS and family aro packing up preparing to movo to WIN ilamiburg where they will tako chargo of Hotel Bolmont Everybody hero Is sorry to give them up MR CLARENCE E WOODS pasted through to Richmond yesterday How ho managed to leavo his good friend I Mr J B Willis to long It a mystery many of ue can not solve MR SAMUEL W WILHITE formerly of Stanford will bu Louisvilles controller a good paying ofllco with not a great deal of work attached He mar- rIed a slater of Mayor Grainger MRS LEE F HUFFMAN hat returned from Boston where she has been visit leg her titter Mrs Burnett Wbl In the East she also visited her daug tor Mss Anno Cook Huffman who la at college at Dana Hal Herald wu HAMILTON and wife left We nesday for Lexington where they w spend several weeks with his wifes parents before going to Canada to lo Cato Mr and Mrs Hamilton havo made good citizens during their stay horo and our people generally hated to give thorn up DR LEE F HUFFMAN of Lexington but formerly of Stanford was appoInt- ed by GOY lleckham as comrnlsloner of the East Kentucky Lunatic Asylum to nil the vacancy caused by the real g nation of Judgo J D Hunt Ho wilt t assume his new duties Immediately Gov Beokbam Is to bo congratulated on the Judgment shown In select log tho genial doctor LOCALS SEE our new dress skirts Severance it Bonn LOT hand made harness J C Mo Clary DINIC FARMER it putting up a teloj phono line to town AUNT CELIA WILIIITE colored aged 00 died yesterday perdaoaHOUSE AND LOT tonSALKIn Woe torn part of Stanford Mrs Frances A Mcrahon WB will buy a few hundred butbols of millet ecd It offered promptly J H Baugbman Ss Co Foil THANKSQIVINU Cranberries etcrJohn Bright Jr Co DONT forget that Mr J E Farrltl CottageYWILL take farm products In ex change for coal lead etc or toll you- cheap for cash J H Baugbman Co DONT wait till the last minute to nlaco your order for holiday pictures Now and stylish things at Miss Sa trays 2t FOUR gentlemen voluntarily subscribed for the INTERIOR JOURNAL yelterdayln teas than a half hour It looks like they have to gape It furnlturoI andCnew o with a lot of very uptodato furniture MR DL D ELMORE It Improving tbo Interior of tho store room recently va toted by Mr J W Portia Ho will make many Improvement on the ono bo It In later PRITCHETT Horace Prltchott aged 20 died near Shawnee Point of typhoid lover and was burled In tho Danville brothsar of Mrt John W Wallace of tblt placot I AM now In full charge of the men business I boughtof O P LIulrmanand patronagede alTordlfMURRAY d MOADAMS DanvllleR loading jewelers begin a standing ad vertltemont this Itiuo which our pa tron will do well to read from tlmo to tlmo They can pisses you In almost any kind of a present REMOVALS John Bright Jr s nexvoto the McRoberts property omerset Avenue and Charles L prorBEAR In mind that W T Bundlck Virginia temperance orator will fi tbo pulpit of tbo Methodist church at 11 oclock Sunday morning and that ho will speak at matt meetings at the Christian church at 3 and 7 r M of that day AMONG TilE BREAKERS at Wai teas Opera House Thanksgiving eve nlng promises to be ono of tbo best en- tertaInment given hero for a long tlmo Secure your teats now or you may bavo to stand up for people coming from North South EMI an Weal QUINN MUST oOTho court of appeals overruled the motion In tbo Reuben QuInn case for a now trial andI bo will bavo to pay the penalty of bit bIIe Crum of Danvlllo Tbo date of hi execution hat not been fixed yet THOMAS CLARK tbo Siycarold ton of Mr and Din H B Fcrrlll of lobo Waynctburg station died Wedneeda morning of scarlet lover and was led yesterday afternoon after services by Rev Nathan Singleton Ho was an unusually bright little follow and hit percale and grandparents Mr and Mrs Clark Reynolds almost wovshl pod him ALREADY hunters and bounds have commenced to arrive at Crab Orchard Springs for the great fox hunt which begins Monday next 25th and for which vast preparations have been made Good saddle horses promise to hunththem Manager Willis Is fortht0o mndiet TilE following dispatch sent from Danville to the Loultvlllo Times ex- plaIns wbyliMy Undo from Now York will not bo presented at tons Opera House tonightIIA company headed by Edwin C Sexton and Lawrence Maynard attempted to pre Boat liMy Uncle From New York at the Danvlllo Opera House Nedooad night but gave a somewhat unsatlsfao tory performance willed resulted in t audlenco taking chargo of the play an putting an end to It In the second In ct ono scone a rag doll was presented which tho audlenco claimed was a pot substitute for an actor The crowd do manded its mosey back and the mana gar told them to go to the box ofileoa got It after which the play broke up Ono of tbo actresses became hysteric and a physician had to be summoned Looic out for a big business eeneaj thin next week A LOT of carpets rugs at Betzloy k Hays HENS W ANTEDl want to buy 500 hens at once Mark Hardln patternIpwaist flannels just la Severance Js BODSII SEE our cook stove with fiveyear guarantee back belays buying John Bright Jr L Co II 1AIIIE S1lcaao return our wheat sacks or call and pay for them J H Baugbman Co millers Tills week only fur cash only wo offer a fine picture at cut price as a holiday boomer Mee Sac ray 2t WE bavo plenty of kinds of teed ehlpstullCheapCo it r THE nearest thing to your heart lo your undershirt The beat place Ut buy It it at Cummins d McClaryt That Is no dream either THE person or Person who borrowed my hornhandled umbrella and a pair of crutches will greatly oblige mo by reluming them My name la on urn brollahandlo Dr J F Peyton BLACK CAKEICoM tavo you both yourTbankcake Co mo In and let mo talk to you about It Leave orders now John H Meier JOEL REYNOLDS brother of Asses nor elect M G Reynolds was taken to Lakeland Asylum yesterday Ho has been mentally unbalanced for a number of peace Hla brother and Dud Gooch tools him to Lakeland rCHANCES AGAINST HIM Samuel Soloman who fell down tbo Gooch Ho tel steps at McKlnnoy Saturday nlpnt It doing no good and the chances an druledr TASKS Your taxes are peat duo and if they arc not paid by Dec I1VIII bo compelled to advertise your property for sale Save yourself the humiliation and mo tbo unpleasant duty of taking this step by getting your tax receipt at once S M Owena SberllTII WE dont know that ho wants the hopeloetroaeter isnttaa as lobo republicans are In power wo will bo glad to tee him bold the job bo Oils to admirably SAFE ROIIUED Tho safe in Jesse C Lynns butcher shop at Danvlllo was thieveIIentrance was effected tbroullba window at the rear of the building a peso being broken out leaving an a oralure largo enough to admit a mans body The burglar worked the safe THE cato of AlfredBright for kill log Sam Blakemore also colored has occupied tbo entire time of circuit court since our last issue It was give a to the jury at 1130 this morning but beedn n each tide and all of the efforts areblgh ly spoken of lIon F F BobbUt and Col W G Welch represented Origin while Hon J Mort Rothwoll assisted Commonwealths Attorney Owsley LATER Bright got a life sentence Crab Orchard Mr Arch McKlnnoy of Stanford spent a few dope with Andrew Buch anan NicholascMaurice Porklnt and Miss DertJames went to Somerset to attend the burial of Harvey Salloo Riggspo some time Is slowly improving The weather continues fine and fa vorable for corn gathering and bog killing both of which are engrossing the time and attention of our citizens Mr Will James is constructing a windmill at hit new homo which with many other contemplated Improve thingboof Tbo friends of Mr and Mrs Lou Pet cue will be rejoiced to know that tb little ton Jim Henry is convalesce from a severe attack of tcarletlna Miss Katerlne Bronaugh has been on the sick list but Is reported better Tho young man who was accidentally 1shot by Jeff Holman while bunting l as doing well Jet deeply r grots vlctlmetolaeucdaaccideats y are the contlylt behooves all hunters to more on the alert aaro a lr orphans homo In Louisville It will TbankellvlnJrIttaking and everyone should bo glad to contribute to such a noble cause hunterre sentatlon from Jessamine and Fayotte counties going hero Several bay 0 ndComo In advance of the great fox ahaso to plats next week The Springs Ootells being made ready for a large algntberla and the long looked for oo caeton soon bo thing of the past A Tribute of Respect to the Memory of Mrs T P Hill It was not my privilege to know tbo deceased In her earner womanhood but her portrait which hangs upon the wall In her beautiful home shows bow like a queen sbo must bavo moved In the cultured circle of which she formed a part winning the admiration and commanding tbo respect of all with whom she como In contact It was In later life while Iwas pastor of the shoran of which Ibo was a member that I met her and when shut out fro society by her delicate health she fested tbosequalltlesof heart and mind that endeared her to so largo a circle of friends Gifted by nature with rare qualities of mind and heart which bad been strengthened by culture and broadened by experience accumulating years seemed only to add to her life tho flavor of the ripened fruit The chastening rod of sorrow and f suffering became as tbo polish of the gem that revealed Its latent lustre and beauty Her burdens became wings and her sufferings pinions upon which she mounted to greater heights Although shut In from the work of the world her homo becamo a center for tho diffusion of light and happiness to all around her Her creed was God It love Her confession of latch I am debtor to tbo wise and uncoils to all who suffering seek my help And bow wall sho tried to pay the dobt many around her can testify Her faith was not credulity but based on earnest study and Intelligent comprobenslon of the teachings of the Books of Books Believing In God aa love the love of God was shed abroad In her heart and shone In her words and deeds making one feel bet ter and stronger by bolos In her corn pany As a neighbor she was considerate charitable and sympathetic rendering those neighborly ofilccs with a grace that added to lobo pleasure of tbo gift as a friend loyal and loving Death for her bad long lost its sting and tho grave Its terrors She had won a glorious victory by That faith which overcometh the world and seeing Him who is Invisible Her patience and faith made others asham ed of their doubts and discouragements As the declining sun fades from our eyes only to brighten the lives of others in more distant lands to the evening splendor of her life has becomo tbo morning dawn In tbo land celestial but eveRo wore blessed by her ministrations Dles are the dead who die In the Lord they bavo ceased from their labors acd tbolrI works do follow them- J T SllARRARD Paris Ky CHURCHMATTERS Lancaster Presbyterians aro build parsonagep Rev J W Haglns subject atthe Christian church Sunday morning Rev R R Noel Is holding a protracted meeting at Oak Hill three miles from Brodbead The meeting at the Christian church at Nlcholasvllle conducted by Eld L Powell of Louisville resulted o 27 additions Rev T M Green of Greensbur will preach at the Baptist church hero Sunday morning Ho Is said to be a fine pulpit orator Elder Burrls Jenkins preached hit closing sermon Monday night at the Paris Christian church after a decided ly successful meeting There were 54 additions to the church during the two weeks revival Kentucklan Eld J Q Montgomery of Liberty Is preaching Interesting sermons at the Christian church and at nights large congregations hear him He Is speaksdays longer and perhaps all the week AdaIr News A LIBERAL OFFER The undersigned will give a free sam plo of Ohamberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets to anyone wanting reliable rem edy for disorders of the stomach bilious ness or constipation This a new reme dy and a good one Craig llocker druggists PINK COTTAGE FARM AuctionratHaving purchased property in Danvlllo and decided to move to that city I aucaWednesday November 27 tullebecountyIthigh state of cultivation At present 70 acres aro In wheat 30 In meadow 81 In blue grass anl 80 acres will be ready for corn lotgof cholco horses overal milch cows 30 held of short yearlings lotof twoyear old cat tlo 300 bales of hay 900 of straw 800 shocks of fodder 200 barrels of corn aol all- farmlnt Implements Salo wilt begin promptly At 10 oclock Terms on farm oae thlyd cash balance one two find three years with per cent Interest los suasion will be given Doc 1901 T D English auctioneer J Eo FAIUU8 Stanford Ky 100 firstclass young ewe bred to South- down bucks will also bo sold k IJ HOG KILLING TIME + IIfool I FiFitd tM3 yaII We have Meat Cutters Sau sage Stuffers Butcher Knives c Heating Stoves Ranges and Cook Stoves j mShelf Hardware Flesh Car Lime Salt Cement c John Bright Jr Co MURRAY McADAMS J Leading Jewelers Danville KYIl011111111111111111111 It is no trouble for you to select presents at our store as we carry the argest lino to be found in Central Kentucky i HiesWATCHES engraved and set with diamonds open face and hunting Bops watches of all kinds goofs watches in the best filled and solid gold plain engraved and set with precious ItoncstBROOCHES Brooches set with diamonds and pearls and other precious stones upJEWELRY r UMBRELLAS Fine Ladies and Gents Umbrellas from 260 and 20 STATUARY in Italian marble bronze terra cotta etc Cut Class and China Rich cut glass of diamond brilliancy Fine art China Art vases of every description Silverware Large line plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in sliver ormulo gold and bronze Clocks We have too many kinds of clocks to describe Prices as low as the lowest USTEvery f sale entitles tbo purchaser to a guess at the number of hours and declaellIthe following presents to the one guessing nearest second nearest and so on first fIO Diamond Ring Second J25 Ladies or BothThomasguessIn810 additional i MURRAY ADAMS MAIN ST DAXVILLE KY Attention Ladies O We have just opened up another big lot of LADIES KID dGLOVESIn beautiful shades of Castor Grey Brown Tan Fawn and also Black and White all neatly embroidered and we wish to repeat that they are undoubtedly The best 150 and 175 Gloves ever offered to the trade IIn our three years experience we have never had a cus tamer toll us they could buy so n glove elsewhere for Ithe money If you art not already acquainted with them comp in and let us show them All gloves nicely fitted by experienced lumdsIJOIN P JONES Stanford I NEVER BEFORE Have we shown better values in Cloaks Dress Goods Underwear Hosiery Blankets Shoes c than now We add new goods to our already large stock every day and you may come to us with confi deuce for your fall and winter needs Every thing marked at th- aUSUAL LOW CASH a PRICES tti Come while the weather is good and we will send you home with more goods for a dollar than you ever bought bef- oreSeveranceI Sons 1 E ElWi EW EW POSTED The following persona have their lands posted and they will punish to tbo full ex teat of the law any person or persons found hunlloglIshlntrappID or otherwise tres passing on W II Hoono O D Boo- neJHO A Pleasant O P Newland- II F Newland W UIligglns O L Crow E P Woods HopperSJ 8 hooker A 8 Droaddui BaughmanJW P Tato Joseph Halloa J M Adams 0 T A Illce MIsaMaryPepplca a iil ITHE JNTCK1DR JOURNAL t crud n the port gpice ol Stanford at f icondclcui matter Fa hdt1I osr And Fdwvs T r IiPER YEAR CASH When not lopatdffiSBOO will becharged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 34 Train going NorthM M a m 26u IIMHM TM a m 5II II SouthH M12119 am r MUII2 P In For elllPolnU KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No JS ArTTlTti at Stanford at liOS X No 24 Lure Stanford at 210 K No 21 Arrlrtiat Rowland at 1200 Dar No22 Lear Stanford at 280 P K Ft A JONES DENTIST Stanford KTI i i Office over Iliggins NcKinnoyaSti Telephone No 48 t McKinney Roller Mills J B McKINNEY Prop MoKinneY KrMaVeiand keep constantly on band the i best of ShtpstutI Bran OhlckM en Feed c Prices very reasonable Ons torn grinding a specialty D V ICennedy Mill er NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W13VEE tSN1rcrs JUNCTION CITY KV FirstClass Turnonts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale FOX LOGAN h LIVE EY1 FEED AND 8AL1 tjlSTABLEDANVILLE KENTUCK Horses and Mules constantly on hand and for sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager fs H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Warrantedi Him a Call x I FARM FOR SALE I Containing 183 acres two tulles south of McKlnnny on Mlddleburg 171 acrcs under tend and IllS acres cleared Has two with outbuildings to tiit For further Information call on or addres J s MO II LEY McKtnnoy Ky FARM FOR SALE i Farm of about 60 acre 2K miles from Hu tonvllle on Moreland Station and Carpenters Station pike also a grist ml with good traction engine Will sell rei to JOHN DINWIDDIE lmIlustonvllle ICy GREAT BARGAINS I TillS MONTH I have located at Grab Orchard In Oeo Holmes store neat the railroad on Otte helm pike for tho purpose of giving t people the worth of your money always find bargains at my store I selling secondhand Olo l1lnlt to new also new Clothing and Gents Furnlshlc s Goods Fine Shoes Hats Caps etc loping that you will not forget to patronize me promising you fair treatment 1 to visit thegive you a Invitation Cincinnati Bargain Store Of and seen when you come to town We will sell flour and meal from Morrll Freds Farmers Roller Mills Stanford at prices It sold at tho Exchange i CINCINNATI UIOAIN STORE M REISER IROn COAL 1 have decided to remain at Rowland thll winter and continue In the coal business 1 am better prepared than ever to handle toad and ollolt a portion of your patronage I handle tho best trades of coal T L 8IIELTON Rowland ICy f FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KT CajltalStock 150000 Sarplui 110000 Tail IniUtutlon originally established u the Di peril Binkof Stanford In ISM then reorganized II alaJaUolIl Dink of SUnlord In IMS and calt 1nrganlted u the Flrt National Bank ol Stanton IM2liu had practically an uninterrupted ezbt t seifoHl year It ta better applied now wi- tletlUufor Uantactlog biulnew promptly and t rally than eTorbrfore In 1U long and boaoiab aiMi Account ot Indlriduali Bduclarlu is4lUilTUaalitoUdUdniaicToat RaliJfUiCJlnCoj JW UiydaStanfu- Hani i 8 H Baughman t 3BHockr TfHlll wJ Walton W A TrlbUs II TMOoUisrCnbOrchd Jai roblown Rubble r leDClmozeiltnferd fJ rI 9 l11aY rroldnt MoBoVrt Cubei t J wt 3 A Painting Repairing I am prepared to paint and repair your buggv carriage or wagon Inflratclasistyle Experienced men to do It and work guaranteed You can have your old vehicle now for very little money J H QUEER Stanford Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Ometowr McBotwrUDrug Store In tin Owllel llulldlnt Farm For Sale tulle A farm of 70 acre X from Neal Creek Church Lincoln County for saV Some timbered and some cleared tans Falrl good house and outbuildings and well watered 40 acres under fence WM COOLEY Stanford Ky JHBOONECO Proprietors Livery Feed And Sale Stable Brucoa Old Stand Depot St STfUFORD KY Now and Stylish Turnout at Roasonabl Rates Special Attention to Travel ing Men Phone No 06 Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds eplendk able Every hlng first ePortera meet all trains 80 ERDILLEHAY DANVXLLEXT Manufacturer of BRICKAnd i Lime Cement ooWrite For Prices Vitae2re Do you know what It lit If pot It will to learn which you can do by- walchlng the future columns of this pa- por or addressing TPEO NOIL Geolo giSI Chicago II or N H Boat Agt arksbury Ky Farmers Roller Mills 8TANFOBD ST MORRIS FRED PROPRIETOR mo on grinding If I do not you I will not ask to again Mr James Ilburn head miller for J U Baugbman Co for years Is now with mo Call at my mill fo- rFlour Moil Shipstuff Chickon Food Etc and I solicit Ihare lowestAt the very of your patronage promising to give- you the very best me- but bear lu mind always that I need your tronage MORRIS FRED Pror J+ G+ MCcbMY tnTDEBr AltER EMBALMER And DealearIn HABNESS SADDLES 0 Stanford Ky BEAZLEY NAYSS- TNDERTAXEBS DBJlLXaS inunltureMattingsRugsAnd They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right TANFOED KENTUCKY r tMew 1r JfjtrJftJftjr J The Kentucky Beagle Club at Crab Orchard Springs Next Week EDITOU iNTKitioii JOURNAL It gives us great pleasure through tboI columns of your most popular paper toI Inform the breeders of beagles of dlfI f orent States and especially Ientuckv that the Inaugural meeting of the IenI tuoky Beagle Club which will como off at Crab Orchard Springs on the 25tb r of November promises to be a Jtrcat success The fact la the club wilt oITer more attractions thin any club In tbe United States for field trials or beaJles and the moot will comprise a tournament of pleasures First the field trials of beagles ar1cr woods rabbits which cannot be fOUDd la many localities and afterward a tes after foxes which will be released aDd last the medal will be contested for after a celebrated jack rabbitAdmiral Scbley This rabbit has defied 1be speed of the beet greyhounds In Iton tuckv and entertained over two tboue and strangers at Gentry Place Dear Lexington during the recent trott meeting Second there will be present tbe boat representative fox hunters with their dogs from the National Fox Hunters meet The foxes are plentiful and no better locality for racing can be found In Kentucky Third the bird bunters are waltlnjt for the word and will be there ready io accept the Invitation which baa ben extended to them by the nathee for the privilege of hunting on tbelr premises where the birds have been protected for several years and this season are very abundant Various letters have been received from different kennels and clubawblch re hope will be represented at them et You know a Kentuckian wants tbe best of everything and we know hat some firstclass beagles can bo sold on this occasion We expect 0 iffer all the prizes usually given at field rlale and the entrance fee will be only two dollars which can bo paid tbe light before the race each day There will be noentrance fed for tbo medal for the beet beagle on tbo round We guarantee that the accommodations will be Qrstclass at the rate of ono dollar per day by the week and good mounts will be furnished at a easoaable price- PIONEER HUNTER Lexington Ky Prohibition In Maine No ono now doubts that tho prohibitory law In being enforced in Maine nt least in tho city of Portland Rev Mr Pearson tho mini irsherifTof Cumberland county is igorously carrying into effect the pledges on was elected and html tho way of tranegn 50ra of the prohibitory law He has been very Bucceasful ill ringing to judgment the sellers of Ii q1lor but his latest move is described us the most sensational thing ever attempted hero in connection with tho enforcement of the prohibitory aw- IIo proposes to include tho owners of buildings in which liquor ia sold in- his warralita against sellers Tho owner ofa building no matter who ho may be go court side byside with tho rumseller Iis tennnt Rays tho sliorill This can bo dono under tho law o- flaine and tho penalty is said to bo n irpctual injunction forbidding tho C3rrjng on of any business in sucl buildings and absolutely closing thou- This will affect not only tho smal buildings of comparatively little valui wally used in Maine for the Iepn- rate sale of liquor but nil the hotel ill tho city It is expected that thi moement of tho sheriff will make nn- end of liquor selling under cover 11- 8peoplo will fear that their property may become practically worthies anll the liquor traffic will bo left tc itinerant venders Maine Watch mnn- If 1 can live To make some pale face brighter and to give A second lustre to some tear dim med eye Or oen impnrt- Ono throb of comfort to an aching heart Or cheer some wayworn eoul in passing by If I can lend A strong hand to tho fallen or de fend- The right against n single envious strainMy life though bare Perhaps of much that seemeth dear and fair To us of earth will not havo been in vain Tho purest jQY- Most near to heavonfnr from earths alloy Is bidding cloud give way to sun and shine And twill be well I m that day of days the angels Of tellme She did her best for ono of Thine Helen Hunt Jackson Ncvtr try to coax a cold or cough use Ihe remedy that unfailingly conquers- both BAMAKOS HOIIEHOUND SYRUP Is tbe great specific for all throat and lUDI- Ctroubles Price 25 and 60 cents Pennya- Drug Store driirara 1ait41 t Starved to Death A bit of biography JIB told y another is suggestive here Enrl Cnrlylowoocd and won ono of the most brilliant girls of his daywl signal talent shonw in tho crowded drawing rooms of London liko l sapphire blazing among pebbles Yet her husband lacked gentlenos8i slowly into Cnr lyles olceiSoon the wife gave up her avor its authors to read her husbnl1l1s notes then she gave up nil renl1ing to relieve him of details at last her very being was placed on tho nltnr or sacrifice fuel to feed the flame of his fame and genius Long be fore tho end came sho was sub merged and almost forgotten One day two distinguished foreign authors called on Mr nl1llMrs Carlyle For an hour tho philosopher poured forth a vehement ti rode against tho commercial spirit while the good wife never once opened her lips at last the Ruthor ceased talking unit there was silence for n tune- Suddenly Carlyle thundered Jane stop breathing eo loudl Long years before Jane hnl1stopell doing everything else except brenth ing tend so obedient to the in junction n few days afterward she censed breathing so loud When a few weeks had gono by Cnrlylo discovered through rending her journ nl that his wife Iud for want ofI affection frozen and starved to death within his own homo like omo poor traveler who had fnllonI in tho snows beyond the door For years without his renlizing it sho kept nil the wheele oiled kept his body in health nntl his mind in happiness Only when it was too late did the husband renl ze that his fame was largely his wifes Then did tho old man begin his pathetic pilgrimage to his vifcs grave where Froudo often found him murmuring If I hml mly known If I hud only knownl tt Union Gospel News V stands for Alcohol deathlike its grip n for beginner who takes just one C sip lor Companion who urges him on D for the Demon of drink that Is born E for Endeavor ho makes to mist P stands for Friends who so oudly insist G for tho guilt ho afterwards feels II for the Horror that hangs nt llis heels I for Intention to drink not nt nIl J stands for Jeering that follows his fill C for tho Knowledge that he is 0 slave j stands for Liquors his nppetlte craves M for convivial Meetings w gay N stands for No that he tries hard to sayo Orgies that then come to puss P stands for pride that he docs In his glass Q for the Quarrels that night abound IR stands for Ruin that hovers nromu1 S stands for Sights that his vision llQo dime U for his Usefulness sunk in the slums for the Vagrant ho quickly bccoi es- W for Waning of lifo thats soon done X for his eXit regretted bynone Youths of this nation such wcakn is crime- Zealously turn from the tempter iu time- The National Advocate For all heel cuts or wounds either on tbe human subject or on animals Du LARDS Ssow LINIMEXT Is excollen while for corn huskers sprained wrist rbedwlro cuts and sores on working hOlle8IL cannot be too highly commons ell Price 25 and 50 cools Peony Drug Store An unknown man committed sulcld a Plttsburg by throwing himself head lon e Into a fiery furnace In an Iroll- mill remove VHITKS COEAM VEHMIFUOK the unhealthy tissue upon which worm thrive It brings and quickly a health cundlliun of body where worms cnnni exls Price 2oc Pennys Drug Store A sixmile tunnel Is to be built on tbe Southern Pacific to reduce the elo- Tatlon and shorten the route lEiiniNE sweetens tho breath brightens tbe eyes and clear the complexion with out the slightest effects whatever and- fnsures the natural bloom of Ilealth- Prlce60 cents Pennys Drug Store Tbe Union Savings Bank at Lexlng too will go Into liquidation There ti more Cturrb In this section of tbe all olhenllKun put together an- d1lbhatfewyanesouupwe1 to be and ahle Koi a great m proooueur 1 a local tlMM and prescribed local remenoad Ind IIT coniuntljr tailing to cure with such tdlel- IUlnt pronounced It incurable Sclencerett a conitltutlonil dltceuw hrt- overequireeoeatitutlonaltreatment tall A Co ToledoOhio u the only consiiutionsi cure the market It Ii taken Internalljlln dose from 10 drop to a teaspoonful It a u tersely tl blood and mucous aurlacea ol tbellm They ollr one hundred dollars lot any cat t to ellll Send lor circulars and ttttluonlal Idrew KJ OH EM KVACO Toledo O Sol Df 7k Iftll Faintly mis art the belt p TIle Green Development Co Win lllckn Prjsldent L II PhcttTpUco ViccPrcildent AVJ8 Foutx SecretaryTreasurer 8 P Gray Gen Manager Directors Win Hicks Ia It Pcltyplnco W S FpuU S I Gray 0 Wright Incorporated under the laws of Wet Virginia Homo office 17 and 10 Princeton Ave llluotleld WVa Branch office McKinney Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Shares Par Valueg 1e This controls 1100 acres of proven oil territory In the Oreon lllvcr Oil Basin In company Lincoln Countyon line of the 8 n n Thrte wells have been drilled on adjoining lands aud OIL FOUND IN PAYING QUANTITIES One well being within 30 yards of this company lands This company hat pur chased the latest patented rig reel together lth boiler sail engine nil new This machinery on the ground drilling ha sliced brguu 6600 for tho next 30 days only to be hares of the stock are now offered at 40o a share madeof the Application for stock can used In the development S A Mid to the Secretaryand Treasurer or to Dr Ed Alcorn Ky or Make ell remittance to tho order of the com dleton Crab Ky ianr 8 P GRAY General Manager McKinney Ky Lamps ing 150 Lamps at 100 175 Lamps at 113 I 200 Lamps at 145 300 Lamps at 213 1 GEORGE H FARRIS A CO- t t r I NEW 1 Clothing Shoes BooteesI Boots Hats Caps Cloaks Dry Goods Notions Groceries Etc i AH New and Gcodi and of Best Quality at tho Very Lowest Prices Ilcavyr I Dootsat manufacturers prices to Olwe Oat JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE 1 i Wo Will Tulcc In Exciinnga For Buggies Farming Carriages BucKboardsI Harness c Live Stock of All KindsC- orn r Wheat I1111ukct Carson Pence Stanford + ++ + II + + 4111111Itl + + IIIII + dubber 13k1 e n e When you way anything In rubber goods It pays to got the kind with rub ber in it Many makers of rubber good are pliant to the demand for cheapness and hence the market is flooded with In tenor goods that hardly resemble rubber Quality counts in this line and we an careful to buy of makers who have a reputation for turning out high grads goods only You can have confidence Ir the rubber goods we offer no matter how low the prlco is Bulb Syringes Fountain Syrlnflea Hot Water Bottlea- Combination Fountain Syringes and Hot Water Bottles Etc IPENNYS Stanford Ky + iI411IfJ Jlllti+ + + In order to make room for our Fall lamps wo offer tho follow to close I Frtsb the J FARM FOR SALE I The J II Napier farm 1 mllo from hue tonyllle Lincoln county ICy et acresgood- greee and farming land Plenty of water creek well and Mererfalling spring One third cash yeanJASKy Lincoln tCountyNational Bank l Capital Stock 1100000 sewn to The Farme niltnk A Trust Campus and under urns mac onsly for 8 Yurst l Solicits Your Bank Aooount if toplqueh autealyDR tCTOUS es J 8 Jowaleisr A W car W H tiiummine J ELynn So Hfihinkt JK Cub J K OfraUy OFFICERS HShwkiPrealdentjl UOlllleJUbIrW Kt Aut Cub p t